VS.

Hereof vs. Whereof

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Hereofadverb

Of this; concerning this.

Whereofconjunction

(formal) Of what.

Hereofadverb

From or as a result of this.

Whereofconjunction

(formal) Of which.

Hereofadverb

Of this; concerning this; from this; hence.

‘Hereof comes it that Prince Harry is valiant.’;

Whereofconjunction

(formal) Of whom.

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Hereofadverb

of or concerning this;

‘the twigs hereof are physic’;

Whereofconjunction

(archaic) With or by which.

Whereofadverb

(archaic) Of what.

Whereofadverb

(archaic) Of which.

Whereofadverb

Of which; of whom; formerly, also, with which; - used relatively.

‘I do not find the certain numbers whereof their armies did consist.’; ‘Let it work like Borgias' wine,Whereof his sire, the pope, was poisoned.’; ‘Edward's seven sons, whereof thyself art one.’;

Whereofadverb

Of what; - used interrogatively.

‘Whereof was the house built?’;

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Whereofadverb

of which;

‘punishment for a crime whereof he was convicted’;

Whereofadverb

of what;

‘he knows whereof he speaks’;

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